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Dell Inspiron 14 3493 Laptop 10th Gen Intel i5-1035G1 8GB RAM 256GB SSD Silver $747.32 Delivered @ Dell eBay


Dell Inspiron 14 3493 Laptop 10th Gen Intel i5-1035G1 8GB RAM 256GB SSD Silver down to $747.32 with the 20% Dell Coupon applied PDELL20A

Looks a good option as a basic laptop. Price is the same as a few months ago when a similar coupon was available.

10th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-1035G1 Processor (6MB Cache, up to 3.6 GHz)

Operating System
Windows 10 Home 64-bit, English

Video Card
Intel® UHD Graphics with shared graphics memory

8 GB, 1 x 8 GB, DDR4, 2666 MHz

Hard Drive
256GB M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive

14.0-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) Anti-Glare LED Backlit Non-touch WVA Display

1Y In-Home Hardware Service

English International Non-backlit Keyboard

Qualcomm® DW1810, 1 x 1, 802.11ac with Wi-Fi, Wireless LAN, Bluetooth 4.1

Power Supply
45 Watt AC Adapter

Power Cord
Power Cord (AU/NZ/Fiji/Papua New Guinea)

Primary Battery
3-Cell, 42 WHr, Integrated battery

Original Coupon Deal

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  • Suggest go the 1tb option for 679 after discount and swap the hdd yourself.

    • How can 1tb is cheaper?

    • Personally I probably wouldn't bother for a saving of ~$30 (assuming you have to buy the SSD), and definitely wouldn't recommend it to people who aren't confident.

      • yea and also built in ssd means I can slack off and use it as is for a while(and maybe test things) while hhd means I should clone disk on the spot

    • According to the video of this Dell Inspiron 14 3493 Laptop being upgraded you can see a space for a 2.5 disk, so you could put something like a
      Samsung SSD T5 EVO 1TB for under $140 (after Samsung cashback). It's pretty easy for a novice to install after following a video.
      No need to clone the OS SSD, though you may need to buy a cable connector, which I did for my XPS off AliExpress only cost $12 inc delivery.

      • Just to be clear, the T5 uses an mSATA drive, which wouldn't fit in the 2.5 slot without another adapter.

        I think you were referring to the 860 EVO (or similar), which come as a 2.5" drive with a full size SATA connection

        • Yes, you're right, I have a Dell XPS 15 9570 and I followed the instructions of this video Dell XPS 15 2.5" SATA SSD Upgrade. I had an old 2.5 SSD,
          I didn't even realise there was a space in my laptop for the extra HDD/SSD upgrade, when I came across this Youtube vid I thought even I can do this!!
          I had to buy an adapter as recommended in the DIY video.

    • Any link for 1tb option ?

  • No USB c, other wise okay deal

    • USB-C with charging would be nice, also only Bluetooth 4.1, I now have Bluetooth 5.0 on my XPS and NUC, it makes a huge difference if you walk around
      your house with the headphones on (going to the toilet, grabbing a snack from the kitchen etc) with 5.0 you don't get disconnected due to the superior range.

      • What's the advantage of having USB-C charging instead of using traditional charger port? Wouldn't it be a waste using the USB-C port just for charging?

        • No, when I go to work or on holidays I like to travel light and leave my Dell megabrick charger at home.
          I usually go to work or travel with my laptop, phone, tablet, bluetooth speaker, all use USB-C to charge so only one charger!!
          I also use the USB-C port (on my Dell XPS laptop) to tranfer files from my USB-C phone to my USB-C laptop with my USB-C flash drive.

        • I'd say getting a docking station that does power delivery over USB-C, then you plug in one cable to connect all your peripherals and charge simultaneously.

          Leave the original charger in the laptop bag for travelling, keeps everything neat.

        • What's the advantage of having USB-C charging instead of using traditional charger port? Wouldn't it be a waste using the USB-C port just for charging?

          1. Ease of replacing the charger in a pickle. When I took my old Lenovo Yoga on a (thankfully brief) domestic trip to and forgot the charger, couldn't find a quick/easy replacement in the limited time I had despite being in the middle of a captial city (e.g. none of the available Targus etc. universal chargers were compatible). Surprising and frustrating. May not be as hard for this Dell, but USB-C charging ability solves the problem outright.

          2. Being able to charge from a capable power brick. Good for power outages.

          In terms of not being able to charge and use the port for data at the same time, that'll resolve itself over time as more ports become standard, but my current Dell Latitudes address it by having both a conventional charger and USB-C charging capability. In any case, I wouldn't go back to a laptop without USB-C charging.

  • We grabbed one for our son for high school next year. Pretty happy with the price

    • Pretty happy with the price

      More importantly, is he happy with it?

      • Yeh I wouldn't be happy with it since it does not come with 2070MAXQ

      • One would hope so coming from a 6 or 7 year old Toshiba laptop lol. He's only heading into grade 7 so its decent specs for the start of high school. Hasnt arrived yet though.

    • It looks like an excellent laptop for a student, not too large or heavy, current gen CPU, sharp pricing, would like a backlit keyboard though!!

  • Base freq 1 GHz, how is the single core performance?

  • Is there only one RAM slot or can it be increased to 16GB with another 8GB stick?

  • This or something from outlet for similar specs and price? How much difference in build quality between 3000 and 5000 series?


  • Any idea how much it'd cost to make it 3 year warranty onsite? In the feel website you can add it for 2xx. Can't do it without having a serial number…

  • Has anyone received theirs yet?

    I ordered on the 15th but don't even have an order number yet :(

  • FYI this deal is back in stock again